Did anyone else notice the gay bingo sign in the elevator with Derek and Mark towards the end of the episode?
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So, best Dutchism? "Stop being friends with everyone you sleep with, it's just weird."or"Johnny don't be a shit!"
Great episode. I had a feeling something was wonky with the father.
I think Deaton is right. The AP Biology teacher asked what Plasmids were. The definition states that "they are bacterial DNA sometimes used as a vector for gene insertion or genetic engineering" Maybe this is how the Doctors are creating Werewolfs? Also the electric/magnetic currents or Lie lines might be involved this season. Lie lines are also translated to involvement with dragons so maybe Jordan Parrish might be closer to dragon than Phoenix? Just early thoughts.
I like Nicholas Cage, Reese Witherspoon and Annette Bening right where they are on my movie screen. To me they are movie stars and should stay there. I've seen Michael Keaton on both so I don't mind him on the small screen, but the above 3 I think should stay where they are. Keanu and Orlando is a maybe for me. Not sure how I feel about them on the small screen. Maybe Orlando. But I think Keanu is a good Movie screen actor. He can try Netflix which I love where I can binge watch something like Daredevil. He can do something like that. Winona Ryder hasn't been in much lately. Her career faltered a lot, so getting on the small screen might work out for her and might be a good fit.
Jessica is brilliant. She's really such a powerful woman and she steals any scene that she is in. I just love her. Can't wait to see her and Robert Zane's interaction in the board room. Yes I want Donna back in her old office although I do like the drama that is presently going on between her, Harvey, and also with Louis. I wonder how long it will go on for. Will Donna really one day go back to her old desk and desert Louis just as Louis thinks she will? Only time will tell.
I knew Gretchen was going to ask for more money than was requested, so that she could cover her sister's rehab debt. That girl is always thinking on her feet. I couldn't believe she'd pick up a tire iron and go in to the place. I thought it was someone bad in the house, but luckily it was only her half-sister. If that sister sticks around, there'll be no end of drama. It's enough with Gretchen so I hope the sister stays in rehab, at least for a while, but I do like the potential dynamics. When I saw the guy lurking by the fast food place, I knew something was up. I really wasn't looking for the girl to shoot him though. I thought she would be a distraction while the white guy with the hood would come up on the other side and shoot them, but I really didn't expect the girl to do the shooting. That was a surprise. What part is she playing in all this? Interesting to find out. Unlike you Christine, I was kind of hoping that Sam would go with Kyle. John is really taking her for granted and shutting her out, and I think he needs a wake up call. Yes he's under stress, but your wife is your partner, and he needs to share some if not all of the problems with her. She too lost a child and she needs to know she's not alone. Kyle lost a wife and he's alone, so the two of them have a shared pain. It reminds me of the show Satisfaction where the wife is cheating, and while I am not an advocate for cheating, BUT I really feel so sorry for Sam and she needs some loving in her life. She's giving up someone who has really come to love her, for her husband who is ignoring her. I was annoyed when she was the one who "called for a meeting" with him and he took over and spoke first, and didn't even give her a chance to say what she had come to say. Then he went straight for sex. That's like men; they think sex solves everything. I think John will go back to his old ways because he has learned nothing, having not listened to anything Sam had to say, and she will go right back into the arms of Kyle and I won't be sorry for John.
Kenna can champion women's rights all she wants, but the reality is that Kenna's actions led to a course of events that hugely effected Bash's life, not to mention changed the life of him and his mother by forcing them into exile and running in the first place - it is hardly a "moot point" - Kenna may not have murdered two babies deliberately, but as she very clearly stated, she didn't think about Bash and Diane's safety or living status, she wanted to be noticed, to have station and power, so she couldn't care less if Bash and Diane got their heads lopped off if it had gotten her what she wanted - concept is the same, difference is Diane had the guts to actually do it, Kenna just snitched to Catherine hoping someone else will do the dirty work for her.
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